A visual representation of a Large Hadron Collider splash event has been tweeted by CERN's CMS Experiment team.
According to CERN, a splash event occurs when "shutters used to absorb particles that go off-axis, can be put in the path of the beam...Doing this when (the) beam is circulating essentially turns the LHC into a fixed-target experiment, showering the detectors with particles."
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